The films on show are defined by their soundtracks: the Jaws theme creates a sense of dread more than any shark’s teeth could. And where would The Godfather be without its seductive violins? During the screening of La La Land the orchestra will be conducted by the Oscar-winning composer of the film’s original score. Whilst Titanic will surely leave everyone with a tear in their eye.
We can’t forget to mention the food. Cinema-goers are able to purchase hampers full of artisan goodies selected for the event. Just the thought of the speciality bagels from Brick Lane Bakery is making our mouths water.
There are a variety of tickets on offer from sitting on the grass, in true picnic style, to a fully blown VIP package which includes drinks and luxury munch.
|What||Live at the Palace, Fulham Palace|
|Where||Fulham Palace, Bishop’s Avenue , SW6 6EA | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Putney Bridge (underground)|
25 May 18 – 27 May 18, Film times vary: there is one matinee and one evening screening each day
|Price||£45-£115 (tickets range from Standard to VIP)|
|Website||Click here for more information and tickets|